Polynomial—Deep Learning for the Enterprise

August 12, 2020

A new company, backed by CoantumLeap Tech Ventures, promises remarkable results. Inventiva introduces us to “Polynomial.ai—Making Cutting Edge Deep-Learning Accessible to Enterprises.” Writer Priyadharshini Varadharajan claims most companies, both startups and established tech firms alike, fail to deliver effective automation and intelligent workflows because they lack “real” AI. She tells us:

“The team of developers and researchers Polynomial are working on platforms that can turn any enterprise workflow like sales, customer service, product fulfillment and new customer onboarding into an adaptive AI-powered workflow that is delivered to end-users via conversational interfaces (chatbots, voice, enterprise, and consumer channels). Polynomial uses Machine learning in turning unstructured and dispersed data into insights and builds upon conversational tech (NLP and NLG) to communicate with intelligence. Polynomial claims to have the world’s first massively parallel processing multi-brain deep learning architecture that is enterprise-ready. The tech stack is being leveraged by clients across the globe in areas as diverse as marketing automation, fintech, education tech & shared economy platforms. The tech stack has been validated in an enterprise context for over a billion transactions from an instance of a single app. Live instances in execution effectively use tens of thousands of Convolution Neural Network layers and over a hundred thousand nodes equivalent of processing.”

So far, three platforms make up Polynomial’s offerings, each available in both PaaS and SaaS models. CoCo converts enterprise workflows into chatbots that, we’re told, could pass for humans. These bots come pre-trained for specific domains and can be further trained with specific vocabulary. They also provide business intelligence from the data they process. SAM is a personalized collaboration platform that combines video, voice, and online environments. Finally, LENS processes unstructured data to reveal patterns in text, images, and video.

The article goes on to give a brief bio of each of Polynomial’s founders: Puneet Gupta, Pramod Bharadwaj, and Manish Bhai, so navigate there if curious. Founded in March 2020, the company is based in Singapore.

Cynthia Murrell, August 12, 2020


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